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A dying breed?

Leisure Management 20(12): 38-40

A dying breed?

The impact of the UK government's Best Value legislation and Local Cultural Strategies are discussed. The influence of the Lottery Fund in changing the funding landscape is also discussed.

Accession: 003342742

DOI: 10.7748/ns.9.19.38.s50

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